Cross posted @ the Atheist Oasis
Religion, in particular monotheistic religion, is inherently evil. It is sad in our day and age religious people demand the undeserved respect their primitive religion garners. If I want to burn a quran or draw pictures of Muhammad, why should I have to worry that Muslims throughout the world will act like animals and kill people? We live in the 21st century but unfortunately some people still live in the dark ages. If we are to advance as a species, we will need to put religion to the side. Is it a surprise that such a messianic regime such as the one in Tehran not only oppresses and terrorizes their own people, but threatens the existence of humanity with their messianic beliefs and quests for a nuclear bomb? These are barbaric messianic fanatics who rape our young women before executing them so that they are not "virgins" due to the reason that they believe virgins go straight to heaven....sickness breeds sickness. Just because Christians are less sick than Muslims, doesn't mean they are still not sick. – HitchensAnd the horror continues:
Islamic State sex slave forced to recite Qur’an during rapesAs I’ve mentioned several times in the past, civilization is best measured by the culture’s treatment of women and children. Which of course, renders Sharia ‘law’ a bundle of complete barbarism. Extremism (of any ideology) is usually snapped right up by some sociopathic asshole who thinks his imaginary friend is calling for blood. Personally, I’ve had about a bellyful of these assholes, and the temptation to line these rabid dogs up and shoot them is difficult to overcome.
They’d almost have you thinking that all this had something to do with Islam. They’d almost have you thinking that they’re aware that the seizure of Infidel girls and their use as sex slaves is sanctioned in the Qur’an.
According to Islamic law, Muslim men can take “captives of the right hand” (Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 33:50). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet! Lo! We have made lawful unto thee thy wives unto whom thou hast paid their dowries, and those whom thy right hand possesseth of those whom Allah hath given thee as spoils of war” (33:50). 4:3 and 4:24 extend this privilege to Muslim men in general. The Qur’an says that a man may have sex with his wives and with these slave girls: “The believers must (eventually) win through, those who humble themselves in their prayers; who avoid vain talk; who are active in deeds of charity; who abstain from sex, except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, or (the captives) whom their right hands possess, for (in their case) they are free from blame.” (Qur’an 23:1-6)
“Family shuns Yezidi teen impregnated by ISIS,” Rudaw, May 27, 2015 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Harrowing accounts of the sexual abuse endured by women and girls at the hands of Islamic State fighters are being recorded by a young Swedish-Kurdish activist living in Kurdistan region named Delal Sindy.
Of all the tragic accounts Sindy has encountered, the case of a 17-year-old Kurdish Yezidi girl we’ll call Suzan has drawn the most online interest. A Facebook post about Suzan’s experience has earned over 10,000 shares.
Suzan’s story is more than just a heart-breaking story of cruelty, slavery and sexual abuse. It also underscores the social stigma that follows some of the abused women for the rest of their lives.
Suzan was held captive by an ISIS militant known as Al-Russiyah. He kept several women as sex slaves until he was killed alongside his bodyguards by Peshmerga forces nearby Shingal.
“He lined the three of us up naked every morning. He would then choose who he wanted for the day,” said Suzan, who added that the extremist would smell each of the young women.
After the leader made his pick, the bodyguards would select from the remaining women for themselves.
“They were terrible. They beat me and would come at least two together,” she said.
In fact, Suzan wished to end up with Al-Russiyah because he didn’t hit the women as the others did.
“It was like choosing between death and death,” she said.
Prior to being sold to Al-Russiyah, Suzan was held in a hotel in Mosul called Galaxy. She described a building full of women and girls, all half naked or semi-naked.
“The day me and my 10-year-old sister were sold was the last day I saw my mother. I will never forget when she started crying and pulling her hair when they took us.”
She was later transferred to the ISIS stronghold in Syria, Raqqa, where there she and dozens of other women were examined to determine whether they were virgins.
“The virgins were taken to a room with 30-40 men. They lined us up and pointed who they wanted,” she said.
“I thought I might be lucky, I was not as beautiful as the others”
Soon, however, she was bought by a man from Chechnya who purchased her and two other girls in a matter of 10 minutes.
Suzan gave horrific accounts of daily rapes by the man’s bodyguards.
“They forced me to say things from the Quran during the time they did their actions, and if I didn’t they whipped me.”
On an occasion Suzan resisted, they burned her thigh with boiling water.
“They took us to one of the villages near Shingal. [Al-Russiyah] and his bodyguards were wounded when they fought against Kurdish soldiers. He died immediately and the guards also. That was when we fled.”
Some girls who [sic] ran back to ISIS because they were afraid. As Suzan said, “another girl who tried to escaped [sic] had her legs cut off.”…
Because in a world of equals, nobody deserves to be treated in such a manner. Rape is an unconscionable violent crime, and any worldview that espouses it either directly or indirectly, does not deserve to exist.
Till the next post then.